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Brackenborough Hotel
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Already a favourite with those in the know, the Brackenborough Hotel is set in an idyllic location just outside the historic town of Louth in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
With 24 individually designed rooms; a distinctive attitude to accessible dining; and a number of stylish venues and private event rooms, the Brackenborough, along with the locally acclaimed Bistro Bar, is a flagship hotel.
Situated just 5 minutes away from the historical town of Louth, close to the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds, Louth has a busy town centre with market days on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
With easy access to both the M18 and the M62, the hotel lies just 25 minutes from the famous fishing town of Grimsby and the impressive Humber Bridge, just outside Hull. Traveling inland, the hotel is a 25-minute drive from the Cathedral City of Lincoln, the historic location for the recent blockbuster movie, The Da Vinci Code.
The Brackenborough Guest Rooms offer grown-up glamour through-out. Every one of the newly decorated rooms has en suite facilities. Each one has been individually designed with a rich, contemporary style, superior fittings and exclusive Oak Ridge Hotel Egyptian cotton linen.
The locally acclaimed Bistro Bar offers a fantastic range of dishes, using fresh local produce and menus that are changed regularly to ensure every visit provides it own unique dining experience.
Set in the rolling Lincolnshire Wolds and with 7 superb golf courses within a 16 km (10 miles) radius, the Brackenborough Hotel is an ideal location for a romantic weekend break, a sporting tournament, or an escape from the hustle and bustle of business life.
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